your life is in your hands: interview with Mark Seltman

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As I confessed in my TEDx talk earlier this year, I used to spend a lot of time searching for answers in places outside of myself - in particular, with the psychics and tarot card readers that set up shop on the streets of NYC.


(One time, I had a woman tell me my chakras were completely broken and that I needed to pay her $40 to fix them. Sad to say, I actually forked over the cash for that interesting experience…)


It wasn’t until I met Mark Seltman 5 years ago that I learned what real palmistry actually is: a science, a lens into yourself, a tool for navigating and transforming relationships, careers, and more.


Because I’m always on the lookout for resources and tools that will help you bring more of your fabulous creative self out into the world, I wanted to introduce you to Mark today and allow him to introduce you to one of your best allies: your hands.


Mark has been a go-to guide and mentor to me for the last 5 years and has helped immensely in my own personal transitions and transformations, and I think he can help you, too.

Mark has been featured in the New York TimesThe ViewCBS Evening NewsNew York MagazineFamily Circle, and has recently been named one of The 100 Top Psychics and Astrologers in America 2014.

We sat down a few weeks ago in his office on East 7th Street in the East Village to record an interview, and since there was a slight glitch in the technical piece of the recording (oh, Mercury Retrograde!) I thought it would be even better to share with you directly some really powerful material he’s created that can help you tap into the power in your own hands.

(Mark also does private sessions in NYC, so if you are interested in that don’t hesitate to contact him here.)


All about your hands:

Check out this blog post on how reading your hands is so much more than just learning to interpret lines in your palms.

And since this is "Creative Fridays" here's a bit about Palmistry & Creativity.


Get your hands on his books here:

Hand Book (paperback)
Real Palmistry (ebook)


Check out his interview in Refinery 29 here:


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